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accepted Add a horizontal line to a PGFPlot and add it to the legend
Jul
22
comment Add a horizontal line to a PGFPlot and add it to the legend
Perfect, thanks! i.imgur.com/hy3J3Nl.png I totally missed your domain comment in the answer, even after you pointed it out. I had to ctrl+f for it before I noticed.
Jul
22
comment Add a horizontal line to a PGFPlot and add it to the legend
@PaulGessler pastebin.com/CgwVPeRh produces i.imgur.com/W0dcaCL.png for me. I tried with the compat=1.10 and that made no difference.
Jul
22
comment Add a horizontal line to a PGFPlot and add it to the legend
@PaulGessler I just had a chance to try this out. It appears to just put a small dash at x=0 at my nominated y value; it doesn't draw a full line like in your example. I tried with and without the xmin/xmax. \addplot [mark=none, black] {390.588};
Jul
22
comment Add a horizontal line to a PGFPlot and add it to the legend
I guess not. Except that I had only discovered PGFPlots about 20 minutes prior so did not know you could do that ;) Thanks!
Jul
22
asked Add a horizontal line to a PGFPlot and add it to the legend
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Jul
29
comment How can I align the terms of this equation nicely?
@Qrrbrbirlbel Thanks for the suggestions!
Jul
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comment How can I align the terms of this equation nicely?
@Qrrbrbirlbel thanks for that. I was having trouble compiling when I added that package, and couldn't see it in my MiKTeX package repository.
Jul
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comment How can I align the terms of this equation nicely?
Because I didn't know about \max and \min :) But now that I know about them, I will start using them!
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accepted How can I align the terms of this equation nicely?
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Jun
19
comment Individually importing a common set of equations into multiple unique documents
This is what I envisioned: A text file with latex code. use some magic comment to delimit sections. %%%BEGIN[flow balance equations]\n$$a = b$$\n%%%END[flow balance equations] and then in my latex document \magicImport{model.txt}[flow balance equations]. That way, I have a central repository for my model, of which various parts can be used in many documents that are very different. If I update an equation or description, the changes are reflected everywhere.
Jun
19
comment Individually importing a common set of equations into multiple unique documents
This is useful and great, and I will probably end up using it one day, but unfortunately it doesn't really help very much with my original question. I have completely separate documents with very different scope and purpose. E.g. research paper with computational study; a set of slides for a conference; description paper for my supervisor; or just the model as a reference. Each of these are wildly different, with the only common factor being (some) of the (hundreds of) equations.